Catuaba Bark

A powerful South American sexual energizer for Man and Woman,
Works to boost your libido and heighten arousal, each capsule

delivers 465 mg of traditional Brazilian aphrodisiac

​                  ¥ 2,200

- 465 mg

- 120 capsules 

- 1 or 2 capsules per day​,

take it with water.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule one to two times per day with water.

WARNING: Do not take this product if you are nursing or pregnant.

Catuaba Bark Description

 

Unleash your full potential for intimate pleasure with catuaba! Used for centuries to promote sexual vitality by the Tupi Indians and other native Brazilian tribes, catuaba is gaining worldwide recognition as a natural virility booster. Our convenient capsules contain a potent 465 mg of pure catuaba bark to enhance your enjoyment of intimate moments.



   The name catuaba (pronounced [ka.two.'ava], a Guarani word that means "what gives strength to the Indian") is used for the infusions of the bark of a number of trees native to Brazil. The most widely used barks are derived from the trees Trichilia catigua and Erythroxylum vacciniifolium. Other catuaba preparations use the bark of trees from the following genera or families : Anemopaegma, Ilex, Micropholis, Phyllanthus, Secondatia, Tetragastris and species from the Myrtaceae.

It is often claimed that catuaba is derived from the tree Erythroxylum catuaba, but this tree has been described only once, in 1904, and it is not known today to what tree this name referred. E. catuaba is therefore not a recognised species (Kletter et al.; 2004).

 

   Local synonyms are Chuchuhuasha, Tatuaba, Pau de Reposta, Piratancara and Caramuru. A commercial liquid preparation, Catuama, contains multiple ingredients, one of these being catuaba from Trichilia catigua.


   An infusion of the bark is used in traditional Brazilian medicine as an aphrodisiac and central nervous system stimulant. These claims have not been confirmed in scientific studies, but a journalist for the Discovery Channel claims that "reports in scientific journals and at conferences have supported [catuaba's] use for sexual enhancement. In catuaba, a group of three alkaloids dubbed catuabine A, B and C are believed to enhance sexual function by stimulating the nervous system".


   A study by Manabe et al. (1992) showed that catuaba extracts from Trichilia catigua were useful in preventing potentially lethal bacterial infections and HIV infection in mice.


    Catuaba bark and preparations are sold as aphrodisiacs and remedies for erectile dysfunction in health food stores and through online retailers.


   Catuaba extract is also used as a food flavouring in the British "traditional" cola drink manufactured by Fentimans, Fentiman's Curiosity Cola.

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